The Constitution President
The Andrew Johnson National Historic Site and National Cemetery interprets the life and legacy of the 17th President. Andrew Johnson's presidency, 1865-1869, illustrates the United States Constitution at work following President Lincoln's assassination and during attempts to reunify a nation torn by civil war. His presidency shaped the future of the United States and his influences continue today.Read More
The Visitor Center
Begin your visit to the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site at the Visitor Center. Here you will receive orientation to the other parts of the park.Read More
The Homestead is the place most identified with Andrew Johnson before and after his presidency. Tour the home filled with authentic family belongings.Read More
The National Cemetery
Andrew Johnson was buried atop Signal Hill in 1875. Read a short history of the National Cemetery.Read More
The Andrew Johnson National Cemetery remains an active interment site and resting place for America's veterans. Explore our qualifications for burial.Read More
Trading Cards for Kids
Discover more than 500 stories about America's journey from the Civil War to Civil Rights. View online or visit this park to collect your own copies.Read More
Cell Phone Tours
You can now tour the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, National Cemetery, and the historic town of Greeneville, TN via your cell phone!Read More
A variety of on-site and in-classroom educational opportunities exist for all grade levels. Students will be on their feet moving with history!Read More
Did You Know?
Andrew Johnson's father died when Andrew was three years old. Soon his mother apprenticed Andrew and his brother William to a tailor. The boys later ran away from their apprenticeship and had a $10.00 reward posted for their return.